Transactions on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence

Book Series
There is 1 volume in this series
Published 2017 - 2017

About this series

Computational Science (CS) and Computational Intelligence (CI) both share the same objective: finding solutions to difficult problems. However, the methods to the solutions are different. The main objective of this book series, "Transactions on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence", is to facilitate increased opportunities for cross-fertilization across CS and CI. This book series will publish monographs, professional books, contributed volumes, and textbooks in Computational Science and Computational Intelligence. Book proposals are solicited for consideration in all topics in CS and CI including, but not limited to, Pattern recognition applications; Machine vision; Brain-machine interface; Embodied robotics; Biometrics; Computational biology; Bioinformatics; Image and signal processing; Information mining and forecasting; Sensor networks; Information processing; Internet and multimedia; DNA computing; Machine learning applications; Multi-agent systems applications; Telecommunications; Transportation systems; Intrusion detection and fault diagnosis; Game technologies; Material sciences; Space, weather, climate systems, and global changes; Computational ocean and earth sciences; Combustion system simulation; Computational chemistry and biochemistry; Computational physics; Medical applications; Transportation systems and simulations; Structural engineering; Computational electro-magnetic; Computer graphics and multimedia; Face recognition; Semiconductor technology, electronic circuits, and system design; Dynamic systems; Computational finance; Information mining and applications; Astrophysics; Biometric modeling; Geology and geophysics; Nuclear physics; Computational journalism; Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and remote sensing; Military and defense related applications; Ubiquitous computing; Virtual reality; Agent-based modeling; Computational psychometrics; Affective computing; Computational economics; Computational statistics; and Emerging applications. For further information, please contact Mary James, Senior Editor, Springer,